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The subantarctic islands of New Zealand. Reports on the geo-physics, geology, zoology, and botany of the islands lying to the south of New Zealand, based mainly on observatiohs and collections made during an expedition in the government steamer "Hinemoa" (Captain J. Bollons) in November, 1907 (1909)

Author: Philosophical Institute of Canterbury (Christchurch, N.Z.); Chilton, Chas. (Charles), b. 1860; Hinemoa (Steamer)
Volume: v 11
Subject: Natural history
Publisher: Wellington, N.Z., Printed by J. Mackay, govt. printer
Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language: English
Call number: 39088005592308
Digitizing sponsor: Smithsonian Libraries
Book contributor: Smithsonian Libraries
Collection: biodiversity; americana
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The index to the two volumes is given both in v. 1 and v.2

"General bibliography relating to the subantarctic islands of New Zealand":v.2, p. [808]-822

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